If you are looking for something a little different and fun to do on Fridays this summer, there's a great outdoor movies series happening in Auburn. It all starts this weekend on June 11 at Anniversary Park with a showing of the classic 1978 musical film, "Grease" starring Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta.
The older of the baby goats at Sunflower Farm have just discovered a new leaping skill. These agile critters play a cross between Follow the Leader and King of the Mountain. I literally could watch them all day long.
Listen to the wicked funny summer kick-off song "Mr. Man". It's the story of a Maine truck driver frustrated that he's stuck on the road (probably Route One) behind friggin' tourists! Crisesakes! He needs to get home in time for suppah with muthah!
It's gonna be kinda freaky having life-like dinosaurs moving their heads around and roaring at at us as we try and make our shots. Sounds like a major blast to us! The place to do just that is at Raptor Falls in Arundel, Maine.
It starts with an aerial view of his Islesboro estate apparently taken from one of his planes. Then we get a closer look of the beautiful house from a ride in on the golf cart driven by Travolta's son.